Overhead at Sasquatch day four: Is he dead? No doubt the extended weekend of musical festivities and hard partying took its toll on some of the masses, but if you had any spark left, Monday proved that it was time to dance.
Day two of the 2011 Sasquatch Music Festival brought Death Cab for Cutie to the stage as a headliner. Earlier in the day, the outspoken “rap n’ roller” K-OS (born Kevin Brereton) gave homage to the band in his lyrics, as did Conor Oberst of Bright Eyes. Touring with Death Cab, Oberst gave the band praise for being “on top of their game.”
“They’ll sound fantastic,” Oberst said.